• Because shopping for a not-ugly dog bed is surprisingly hard, let's hear it for Tanner Goods' expansion of their canine offerings (they've made leather collars and leashes for years) to include a series of simple, canvas, washable beds in two styles—big flat pillows or bucket nests—and neutral colors. (Detail only humans will appreciate/dogs might eat: leather tabs.) To coincide with the launch, the company's running an Instagram contest through Friday: Post photos of your dog buddies in their Tanner Goods finery with the hashtag #TannerDog. Then the following week they'll post their faves, and the one with the most likes by Monday October 12 wins a Tanner Dog Prize Pack.

  • Tanner Goods

Imelda's & Louie's Shoes has their fall/winter 2015 lookbook out, in case you're looking for some new fall soles to tread on (or bags, or jewelry, too).

  • Imelda's & Louie's

• Calendar item! Platform is taking place October 11 at Holocene, a multi-disciplinary happening that combines music, visual, and performance art with conceptual fashion from contributors like GOODSPORT, Kayleigh Nelson, and Laurs Kemp, which sounds very intriguing indeed.

• There's a new collection of jewelry out from Portland-based, ethically minded Favor Jewelry, which uses recycled metals in its subtle, delicate pieces. Designer Monika Reed recently reintroduced stones to the line, after years of abstention. She explains: "A few years ago I became disillusioned with the stone industry, which is incredibly socially and environmentally damaging. I stopped working with them until I could find an ethical source and I finally have! I am now using clear cubic zirconia and black spinel that is grown and cut in Germany and turquoise that comes from a mine in Arizona." You can see the entire lookbook on the site, but here's the tiniest taste:

  • Christy Cassano-Meyer